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Making greater use of algebra and calculus than most other pharmacokinetics books, Rescigno (U. of Minnesota) begins with a general introduction to the scientific method. The following eight chapters present different specific methods to deal with pharmacokinetic problems, followed by four chapters showing how different parameters of importance in pharmacokinetics can be exactly defined and measured. Four appendices address a few mathematical concepts that are less frequently taught in introductory courses on algebra and calculus.
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